Massey High School
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Important Student & Parent Information
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Please inform the school office immediately if your contact details change. An update details form can be collected from the Front Office.
If a student becomes sick during the day they must go to the nurse and she will decide if a parent needs to be contacted to come and take the child home.
Some students decide for themselves that they need to go home sick and phone parents directly, asking to be collected. This is unsatisfactory and makes it very difficult for the school to keep a track of students’ whereabouts during the day, which we must do for their health and safety, if they have left the premises without following the correct procedure.
We ask parents to assist us in having their child follow the correct procedures regarding sickness at school.
Please ensure that all property is clearly named. Any property that is found will be handed to our Lost Property Office which is located between H1 & H2. This Office is open from 1.30pm until 2pm each day.
Massey High School does not have designated visitor caparking. Should you visit the school, during school hours, the only parking available is in the bus bay at the front of the BRPAC. This area must however, be cleared by 2.00pm each day. All visitors must report and sign in at the school office where they will be issued with a visitor’s badge. Visitors must make prior arrangements with classroom teachers.
School commences at 8.45am daily and concludes at 3.10pm.
Massey High School runs a five day timetable (Monday to Friday) over a two week cycle of 10 days. The two weeks are divided into Week A and Week B. There are five periods per day, all one hour in length. Directly following Period Two, there is a compulsory 20 minute Tutor (Form) Period.
Senior students have identical timetables for both weeks.
Junior students alter slightly each week to incorporate an equal balance of Health and Physical Education.
Regular School Day Timetable
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|8:40am||Hui Arotahi Begins|
|9.00am||Period One Begins|
|10:00am||Period Two Begins|
|11:20am||Period Three Begins|
|12:20pm||Period Four Begins|
|1.15pm||Lunch Break Begins|
|2.00pm||Period Five Begins|
|2.55pm||Tutor Time or Assembly Begins|
FMG Junior Young Farmer of the Year
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- FMG Junior Young Farmer of the Year
Last week Matthew Webster and Kaycey Dangen, competed in the FMG Junior Young Farmer of the Year competition in Christchurch after qualifying in the regional round back in April.
This competition tested us on an array of agricultural skills, including practical skills such as fencing, making gates and machinery safety, Business and Economic skills, Science, Horticulture, Environmental and everything else involved in being a farmer in the 21st century.
Overall, we placed 10th in the competition, out of over 100 teams in total.
This competition is incredibly important to the farming community as well as secondary students, as it enables the constant growth and development of our industry. Throughout this competition we learnt how to act under pressure, develop our teamwork and communication, and were given the opportunity to learn from some of the best agricultural scientists in the country.
We already have big plans and a long list of things to work on before the competition next year and we cannot wait. We plan to continue to develop our skills and grow as both teams and competitors.
- written by Kaycey Dangen (12HCV) and Matthew Webster (12TRJ)
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